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to the fbi. he worked for the gray campaign and admitted he helped pay brown to stay in the race for brown to verbally attack then- mayor fenty. the judge said she considered brock's past and the help he gave to others over the years and took into consideration the help that brookes provided the fbi as it continues to investigate the gray campaign. that is why she did not sentence brocks to time in jail. well, we should point out that mayor gray has said many times in the past that he did not participate in any illegal activity. still tonight, the u.s. attorney continues to look into his campaign. back to you. >> and this story is not over yet. matt ackland, thanks for the update. >>> staying in d.c., this is a question. are city officials keeping a close enough eye on all of the revenue being brought in? d.c. council committee is looking into that question today. recently, there is some concerns about how some properties are assessed. how records are kept, and if enough taxes are being collected from property owners. william davilla was called before the council n charge of the tax office
community. >> the kidnapper and killer could be someone jessica or her family knew. and the f.b.i. is putting four dozen agents on the case to help make an arrest. >> the commitment of the task force of investigators in this case will not waiver. and our commitment to resolve to seek justice on behalf of jessica will only grow stronger. >> but until someone is arrested, fear will also grow in the suburbs of denver. >> back home, a woman comes face-to-face with the men who robbed and attacked her husband in d.c.'s eastern mark. three men charged in that brutal beating. today, a judge ruled they should remain behind bars. maslin was found unconscious on the steps of a capital hill home. he remains in the hopt and has lost sight in one eye and some feeling in parts of his body. tonight, the f.b.i. and federal prosecutors have launched a new robe into the finances of jesse jackson, jr. law enforcement sources tell nbc news the investigation involves an alleged misuse of funds monitored by congress. but there are no specifics tonight. attorneys met with prosecutors this week in an effo
the judge that the fbi was investigating a threat of violence if those ads went up in the d.c. subway system. but the judge ordered that they go up by 5:00 today citing the first amendment. the ads paid for by the american freedom defense initiative say, quote, in any war between civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. support israel. defeat jihad. many say they are poconosive because they equate muslims with savages. citing those concerns from the fbi being metro wantedded to delay displaying the ads until the protests in the middle east subsided. metro riders have mixed feelings about the court forcing the transit system to display them. >> you have the right to say it. it doesn't mean you have to say it. >> i believe that even though it might be going up in the d.c. area, other countries will look at the united states and be like why are you allowing your people to do this? i think it will cause drama. >> reporter: we don't know what time of the ads are supposed to go up today except by 5:00 today in order to comply with the court order. metro says it will be ready in cas
aide to mayor gray, will be sentenced on krums charges. brooks admitted in may that he lied to the fbi about funneling money to fringe mayoral candidate suleiman brown. brown says he was paid by the gray campaign to bash then mayor adrian fenty. they expect brooks will be sentenced to probation and not jail time because he was providing substantial assistance to their investigation. brooks is one of three former aides to plead guilty to corruption charges. >>> kwame brown is under new strict rules until his sentencing next month. the u.s. district judge from 6:6 -- set a curfew from 11:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. he failed to report by phone three times. the former d.c. council chairman must follow these rules in order to remain free until his sentencing. >>> 12 people have died from that meningitis outbreak linked to tainted steroid ininjections. a 70-year-old man died from the same strange of fungal meningitis. virginia has confirmed 24 cases, including one death. maryland has eight cases of meningitis, also one death there. the tainted steroid shots used for back pain came from a massachus
nations the '90s. >>> the fbi now thinks that border patrol agent may have died by friendly fire. nicolas ivey was shot and killed in california. initially officials said ivey and his colleague were wounded after responding to a censor. authorities say the only shell casings found at the scene were those belonging to the agents. >> as you know, investigators are made progress into the investigation into agent ivey's death andre looking into the possibility that it was a tragic accident. the result of friendly fire. the fact is the work of the border patrol is dangerous. all of us wear the uniform know this and yet this special creed of men and women willingly put themselves in harm's way to serve their country and to protect their communities against those who wish to do us harm. >> that news comes as homeland security secretary janet napolitano traveled to arizona to meet with officials and ivey's family. reacting to his death, napolitano said in part "this tragedy reminds us of the risks our men and women confront, the dangers they willingly undertake while protect our facing's borders.
gasparino joins us with a behind-the-scenes look at the fbi's plan of attack coming up next. lori: u.s. economic data mix. jobless claims report down 30. missing in one state but we have a weaker dollar today. closure improving. they were down and housing market showing more. back with more after this. - ♪ 'cause people got me questioning ♪ ♪ where is the love - ma'am. you forgot your purse. - thank you. oh. thank you very much. - a message from the foundation for a better life. >> 22 minutes past the hour this is your fox news minute. security officials in yemen say a massive gunman assassinated the chief of security who worked for the embassy. they say the drive-by shooting which happened this morning may have been carried out by the al qaeda branch in yemen which has called for attacks on u.s. embassies. a third victim of a car parking garage collapsed in a miami, survived -- has died. the third victim died this morning just hours after being pulled from the rubble. the 5 story garage was under construction when it crumbled to the ground yesterday. the cause is under investi
morning. on thursday, metro's lawyers told the judge that the fbi was investigating a promise of violence if those controversial ads went up in d.c. but the judge ordered that those ads go up by 5:00 this evening citing the first amendment. the ads paid for by the american freedom defense initiative say, quote, in any war between civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. support israel. defeat jihad. many say they are offensive because they equate muslims with savages. citing concerns from the fbi, metro wanted to delay displaying the ads until the protests in the middle east over the innocence of muslims film subsided. the sponsor you'd to have them put up immediately and won and district attorney they have the use of the word savage. -- the sponsor sued to have them put up. >> any war on innocent civilians is savagery. the slaughter of the fogel family, a jewish family in their beds is savagery. >> reporter: the ads first and in 10 new york city subway stations and in san francisco. the ap reports there have been some defacing of the ads in new york and san francisco but
with her daily walk to school. the fbi is involved with the search, which has included a home investigation of jessica shared with her mother. law enforcement interviewing the family, not ruling anything out. here are the mother and father. >> everybody that knows me and knows our family knows that we didn't do anything. i know that it is something that has to be done. you know, they have to get it out there. >> they asked me if i thought that she did it, and i said, there is no way. i've never believed that. i mean, same as i would never do something like that. i don't see see how any parent or child. jon: investigators say that the family has been offering. the only clue is that the backpack was found miles from the house. if you have any information, here is the number to call it the westminster colorado police department, (303)658-4360. jon: at heart just breaks for the parents. what a strange story. the obama administration initially appointed to the assault in libya as a spontaneous protest that has to do with the anti-muslim film. here is secretary of state hillary clinton in the day
told the judge thursday that the fbi was investigating a credible threat of violence if the posters went up here in d.c. but the judge went ahead and ordered those posters be placed into metro systems and said basically this was a first amendment issue. they say, in any war between civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. support israel, defeat jihad. many say the ads are offensive, because they equate muslims with savages. citing those concerns from the fbi, metro wanted to delay displaying the ads until the protests in the middle east over that innocence of muslims films has subsided. the sponsors sued to have them put up immediately and won. riders have mixed feelings. >> it's discrimination, because it's not right to generalize the jihad terrorists and muslims. >> they should be allowed on free speech grounds, but i think it's irresponsible. >> this is america, it's freedom of speech. >> reporter: a woman was arrested last month in new york after she tried to deface one of the signs there. they went up there on september 24th in new york. the signs are also up on
responding to a sensor that went f near the u.s.-mexico border. another agent was wounded. fbi reports it may be a case fire.endly shows no one but the agents were involved. family and friends gathered for vigil in arizona on friday. police avenue clue in the search missing a 10-year-old colorado girl. jessica was last seen friday as walked to a parked amid classmates before school. a backpack was found sunday on a sidewalk 6 miles from her home. likely linked to her. it has led investigators to expand their search. 800 volunteers spent the weekend scarring the trails and hillsides. between twoawl wedding parties in philadelphia camera.ht on take a look. this was crazy. at least 100 people were in a fight that took place at a hotel bar. dozens of officers were called out, hoping to restore order. uncle of one of the brides had a heart attack and died. some were arrested and several taken to an emergency room. it's not clear what started the fight. >> unbelievable. gas prices are unbelievable in california, at an all-time high. average gallon of regular in is $4.66. much higher and some califo
walk to school. the fbi is involved with the search, which has included a home investigation of jessica shared with her mother. law enforcementnterewinthe milyt ngayhi ae otfa. vedyhat knows me and knows our family knows that we didn't do anything. i know that it is something that hato be done. you know, they have to get it out ere. >>yakd f thought that she did it, and i said, there is no way. i've never believed that. i mean, same as i would never do i tsseow any parent or child. jon: investigators say that the family has been offerg. the only clue is that the thuspack was found miles from hes nr n, wenscodoic rtment, (30)658-4360. jon: at heart just breaks for the parents. what strangeo. spneprt hot iyaas a ite -mm film. here is secretary of state hillary clinton in the days after the deadly attack on september 11. >> there ino justifition. not at all. responng to thisideoih en the two joining us now is former ambassador john bolton epoxies attribute. amssador, what we saw and heard last nht, where senior state rof aa emabbezi, a precursor to the hearings today -- they did not poin
services in the world. they carried out spectacular operations against the cia and against the fbi. i write about 48 or 49 double agents that the cuban service ran against the cia. these were cubans that the cia recruited and paid. the cubans all turned out actually to have been working for castro and not the cia >> reporter: lou did you get close to them? >> i was fortunate i was able to get in touch with about a half dozen defectors, high level, very knowledgeable defectors. these men, all of them are men, provided me with extremely penetrating, interesting stories about the inner workings of cuban intelligence. some of the great successes against america. some of their most odius, despicable actions in latin america or some of the united states >> reporter: you talked about some of the attempts on castro's life. you started by saying, he is still alive. juxtapose with the cia looking to end his reins there. how does he survive all of these years? >> i write about this. i talk about two or three very serious assassination attempts. his intelligence service that he created penetrated the c
. >> reporter: at roadblocks police and fbi agents are stopping everyone asking questions, searching cars. >> in the last couple of days, weeks, have you heard anything suspicious? >> reporter: cops are saturating the streets knocking on every door. a team of divers was sent to check a lake near jessica's house but found nothing. police are even scanning social media for clues. >> we were hoping that we were going to get anything, just a piece that was really going to steer this investigation and way, and we still are -- it's a very broad investigation. we just don't have that piece yet. >> reporter: jessica left home friday morning to meet up with friends for the walk to school, but the girl with the pink and purple glasses never arrived. her school called home, but her mother, sarah, who works nights and was asleep, missed the call. she woke that afternoon to a nightmare. by the time she called police, jessica had been missing eight hours. investigators are now reviewing recent calls for possible connections. they note that just two weeks ago, jessica's school sent home a letter warning
that brooks is helping the fbi with its investigation into gray's campaign. >>> today, the national zoo will release a cause of death for its newborn panda cub. in this morning's news conference, zoo officials will all let everyone know how the cub's mother, mei xiang, is doing. she has slowly been returning to her normal activities sins her cub died last month less than a week after it was born. >>> coming up next, we're following breaking news out of the middle east where i aman as -- where a man has been killed on his way to work at a u.s. embassy. >>> we're back in a moment. n a [ female announcer ] it's one of the hardest decisions a family can make... realizing a nursing home is the only choice. for many middle class families, medicaid is the only way to afford the care. but as a governor, mitt romney raised nursing home fees eight times. and as president, his budget cuts medicaid by one-third and burdens families with the cost of nursing home care. we have a president who won't let that happen. [ obama ] i'm barack obama and i approved this message. [ man ] when i'm in my zone..
seriously. the lapd and fbi are on the trail of the mystery white powder, which turned out not to be anthrax. >> you do a 360 around the package where it came from that can give you lead. >> reporter: meanwhile bristol was doing the pasodoble, her dance for survival. >> bristol get the aggression out it works! >> reporter: nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> a lot of twisted people in the word. wow. >> my goodness. don't vote for her. don't have to send her white powder. >> relax, everybody. it is a dancing show. woo. more from abc next. powder. >> relax, everybody. it is a dancing show. woo. more from abc next. >>> this morning on "world news now" -- unprecedented attack. state department officials reveal vivid new details of last month's deadly assault in libya. >> the information comes ahead of a key hearing today on capitol hill. it's wednesday, october 10th. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." >>> good wednesday morning. i'm sunny hostin in for paula faris. >> always good to have you back, sunshine. >> good to be here. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. we'l
with idaho plates. the fbi has joined the investigation to find her killer. >>> and -- and 23-year-old jess saw garcia was last seen on saturday by a coworker after her orientation meeting in the park. search and rescue teams started to scour the area. she's latina, 5'3", weighing 173 pounds. she's had shoulder length hair. >>> in about an hour, the man accused of several crimes, including stealing a celebrity chef's car, he's charred with attempted murder and -- charged with attempted murder and stealing a yellow lamb bro guinea that was owned by chef guy fieri. >>> a 10-year-old autistic boy is now safe after being lost for several years. oakland police found the boy around 11:00 last night in the area of 20th andle it le graph. that's more than three miles from where he got lost earlier in the evening while riding a scooter with his father. police say the boy was not hurt. >> reporter: this child well- being study tracks 28 factors. santa clara county did well, only landing in the bottom third of all counties and in the top third for 15 categories, including third graders who read at gra
focusing today and the fbi is involved as well? is that right? >>. >> reporter: yeah, that's right. the fbi got on board over the weekend. investigators were working overnight and searching. that search continues this morning. bloodhounds are also on the case. investigators say that they are going to once again go door-to-door in westminster. that is the suburb where jessica lives. they're doing this also in superior where that backpack was found. initially cops are asking the school district for help on this. they want to know kids who know jessica or go to school with her heard or seen anything that might appear suspicious of the they are not at that point asking for any additional volunteer searchers. bill? bill: let's hope for the best. skun -- alicia acuna live in colorado. patti ann: search for answers after the deadly attack in libya. congress set to hold hearings into the terrorist attack that killed four americans. subpoenas just went out. lawmakers are especially interested hearing from one man. we'll tell you who it is hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as pa
why -- you know, they just now like 20 days later sent the fbi in, because they said it was too dangerous to send the fbi to benghazi to investigate this. they provided no security. they let their guard down. an ambassador -- i'm playing it out. an ambassador dies because of that. they got one warning after another and ignored it, and so now i guess it makes sense for them. i'm doing this on the fly. now it makes sense to say, there was never any protests. we could is never known this it happened, so it just happened spontaneously and who could have saved the ambassador's life? i guess, willie, that's why they're doing it. >> we're going to hear more. the darrell issa hearings begin today and we hear from the head of security in libya who said he sent cables, one in march and july asking for additional security there because of the threat he believed there was and did not get a response. >> all right. let's go to politico. >> keyword we've been using, we employed the word four or five times in the last two minutes. we guess, we guess. we don't know. >> politico. >> they won't sa
't officially tied the crime scene to the missing girl, but they do believe that jessica was abducted. the fbi and police will be back on the scene today to search for more clues. >>> just two days after jerry sandusky was sentenced for molesting 10 young boys, word this morning that his $59,000 annual pension has been revoked. the news comes as we learn more about the letters the former penn state assistant football coach and his wife sent to the judge before his sentencing. in those letters they both portrayed themselves as victims of a conspiracy and wrote that the justice system let them down. >>> after 30 years fast food chain wendy's is getting a new look. check it out. their logo is changing and hopes of branding itself as a higher end hamburger chain. it features the company's name written in a newer red font and the always recognizable girl in red pigtails appear as little more mature. this is the fifth logo update since the company was found inside 1969. i didn't realize wendy's was that old, 1969. i don't think i realized that. >> yeah. the girl looks pretty much the same to me. >
are not making any connections between jessica's disappearance and the body found on wednesday. the fbi is asking people to be on the lookout for any suspicious behavior. >>> starting in january. it will cost more to mail a first-class letter or postcard. the u.s. is raiding the price to 46 cents. postcard rates also increased by a penny. but those forever stamps that you bought are still gonna be good even if you paid the current price of 45 cents. >>> people in berkeley are on high alert after a mountain lion scare there. people were told to stay inside while wildlife officers looked for the animal. but they never found it. >>> california public health officials are sending out warnings for people who visit a popular park in south take law toe. it comes after a clip munk testified positive for the plague. the rodent was discovered near the entrance of the visitor center. >> that has me a little bit worried now. i don't want any fleas on my dog or me. >> they might be sick. they might be dangerous. >> the health department is now urging people who visit a park to stay away from rodents and leave
. why does the fbi come with reservations to investigate mergers and versus the state in some communities and the whole issue of who has jurisdiction is like one of the issue is why we are on the hill today dealing with violence against women to figure out how can the tribal government be able to have jurisdiction to be able to protect their women and children from perpetrators and another issue that you deal with as a foundational peace in your book is you talk about the welfare act you mentioned a little bit about the adoption in the high number of children and foster care. we are waiting for this decision that is coming out in south carolina about the indian child welfare and i think people who are policy decision makers should read this book because it has the ground and principles on the issues we are dealing with today. in a few minutes we have left i wanted to be able to -- what are those policies and what were you thinking when you include those in the book and what were your hopes? >> guest: a lot of people want a lot of indian studies 101. how does sovereignty work?
tragedy. on the specifics, there is an investigation under way by the fbi and the state department has launched what it calls an official accountability review board. we do not have the full picture of what actually happened, but there is no question that this is a major tragedy. it is the first time in more than two decades that the u.s. has lost an investor in a situation like this. has lost an ambassador in a situation like this. host: susan glasser is editor in chief at "foreign policy magazine. indiana. chris. independent line. caller: jobs are going to be the most important thing in the election, but foreign policy will be important. as far as governor romney not pointing of the specificity of what he would do differently, i disagree. in his speech he pointed out a lot of things that he would do differently. he strongly backs israel. more money for the military. opposing various things. it was a vast contrast to the president. as far as foreign policy concerns respecting the election, you know, the president's policies have not seemed to have worked in the middle east. they have
: gallagher has turned over threatening posts and voice mails to the fbi. >> they understand the severity of what's happening. >> reporter: and so does one cyber security expert who says the threats to gallagher cannot be dismissed. >> i think what he is facing is a bunch of hackers who are taunting him and saying look what you have done, don't mess with us. >> reporter: well, "smiley" opens tonight in select amc theaters nationwide, and it will be interesting to see the box office numbers and the dvd sales are like for a movie really about life in the digital age imitating art, imitating life. savannah? >> let me comprehend that. mike typy in los angeles, thanks so much. >>> we want to turn now and get a check of the wetter from al. >> thanks so much, savannah. a little brisk out here. everybody feeling pretty good. got some friends here from nebraska who are very excited about nebraska, and your weather out west is going to be a big problem for nebraska later. all that moisture makes its way in. look at this. we've got three big systems making their way into the pacific northwest and th
call police. fbi agents and police are still urgently going door-to-door. they even asked william kessel to search a locked room to make sure jessica wasn't inside. she wasn't. >> they have to rule that room out. >> reporter: we're now going into the fifth day since jessica failed to show up here at school. and in that exclusive video, investigators and her family want you to see her face and hear her voice, hoping that someone will provide this case the break that it needs. we also expect to hear from jessica's family for the first time later today. george? amy? >> clayton, thanks very much. >>> we're going to turn, now, to the shocking moment at sunday's nfl game in kansas city. some hometown fans actually cheered when the chief's quarterback was knocked flat with an injury. and one of his teammates is fighting back, comparing the hecklers to the crowds at the coliseum in roam. and this sparked a lot of soul-searching in kansas city. >> a lot of people wondering what happened there. kansas city fans critical of matt cassel's performance over the weekend. but when he took that hi
cybersecurity. the f.b.i. also has a key part to play in investigating and preventing cyberattacks. and our intelligence agencies, of course, are focused on this potential threat as well. the state department is trying to forge international consensus on the roles and responsibilities of nations to help secure cyberspace. the department of defense also has a role. it is a supporting role but it is an essential role. and tonight i want to explain what that means. but first let me make clear what it does not mean. it does not mean that the department of defense will monitor citizens personal computers. we're not interested in personal communication or in e-mails or in providing the day-to-day security in private and commercial networks. that is not our goal, that is not our job that is not our mission. our mission is to defend the nation. we defend, we deter and if called upon, we take decisive action to protect our citizens. in the past we have done so through operations on land and at sea, in the skies and in space. in this century, the united states military must help defend the nation in
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